Zambia is rightly renowned for its walking safaris; full-on walks in excellent wildlife country, lead by highly experienced guides. 

Accommodation is typiclally simple, but as any artist will tell you, limiting your palette requires you to get truly creative - below is the proof that this approach works on safari. Natural High's Rod Tether has more than 20 years experience guiding walking safaris in Zambia - talk to him about planning a trip

1 - Mupudmazi Mobile Safaris

For anyone looking for a proper, old shool walking safari in Zambia, you wont do better than this: unusually expeditionary in their nature and all the better for it, these safaris head deep into the wilderness where the game is properly wild and you won’t see another soul.

2 - Mwaleshi Camp - North Luangwa

Mwaleshi Camp owned by John and Carol Coppinger this was one of the first camps ever in the North Luangwa National and is a must for anyone serious about walking in Zambia. John has made Luangwa his life and has trained up outstanding guides who've been with him for many more

3 - Musekese Camp - Kafue National Park

Musekese Camp If a camp could be cloned and replanted in every wild place worth visiting it would be Musekse as it's everything that a safari camp should be – small, original, owner-operated with superb guiding, all set in a fascinating area with masses to see and do.

4 - Chikoko Tree Camp - South Luangwa

Chikoko Tree Camp There's something about being in an area where there are no roads and everything around you has got there on foot.  Perhaps it's just the idea that there are still those places on our crowded planet where you can escape the hustle and noise of modern life and rejoin the natural environment... read more

5 - Robin Pope Safari's bush camps - South Luangwa

Luangwa Bush Camping Bush camping with Robin Pope Safaris is taking walking safaris back to their routes. The trips are small and private, so you can also indulge your own particular interests and not have to worry about whether the more